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Andy Reid and Jack Del Rio downplay Del Rio's evil postgame staredown of Reid

Did you see that staredown by Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio at Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid after Thursday night’s game? Oh man. Hey, cutting up a two-second clip doesn’t exactly tell the whole story pretty much ever, butShow More Summary

Matt Miller's Week 14 NFL Scouting Notebook: Updated 2-Round Mock Draft

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — I'm typing this to you while I can still feel my fingers before the Kansas City Chiefs host the Oakland Raiders in what is expected to be a frigid night at Arrowhead Stadium. Temperatures in the teens. Windchill in the single digits. Show More Summary

2017 NFL Draft: Why Texas Tech's Patrick Mahomes Should Enter Weak QB Class

As we enter the winter, many NFL fans turn their attention from on-field play to the potential of a franchise-saving offseason. As we've seen over the years, in the free agency era, the NFL draft is the easiest way to improve your team,...Show More Summary

Marshawn Lynch's 'Beast Mode' run mashed up with that viral iguana escape is perfect

Marshawn Lynch’s playoff touchdown against the Saints is still legendary. (AP) By now you’ve seen that “Planet Earth II” clip of the iguana dodging about a hundred snakes to survive. Everyone seemed to share it a few weeks ago. And you...Show More Summary

How Mike Evans Has Quickly Become One of the NFL's Most Dominant Young WRs

Mike Evans is still a pup in his NFL career. Yes, he's among the tallest breeds and the Great Dane of his position. But as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver nears the end of his third season, he's all of 23 years old. Evans isn't remotely close to entering his prime years let alone peaking. Show More Summary

Chiefs Can No Longer Be Ignored in the Crowded AFC Playoff Picture

You’ ve seen the commercial roughly 200 times now during NFL Sundays. An older man slowly walks up to the top of a diving platform as his iPhone provides the background music for the ascent. Then he plunges, and there’s barely a ripple...Show More Summary

Resilient Cowboys Continue to Prove They Can Win Any Way They Have to

They can win big. They can win small. They can win ugly. They can win any damn way they have to. The Dallas Cowboys played horrible football on Thursday night against Minnesota. The only things worse than the way the Cowboys played were those absolutely putrid commercials for the new Apprentice show. Dak Prescott finally looked like a rookie. Show More Summary

Corey Davis could be the Philadelphia Eagles answer at wide receiver

The Philadelphia Eagles will likely put “fix the wide receiver problem” at the top of their to-do list this offseason.  They could use free agency to solve that problem, by signing Alshon Jeffrey or possibly Terrelle Pryor.  But this year’s draft – in Philadelphia – could also reveal the player they need. Show More Summary

Chicago Bears: Tanking opens up winning options for the future

The Chicago Bears must tank the rest of the season. Often times a bad team needs to take steps back in order to move forward, and that’s exactly what general manager Ryan Pace and head coach John Fox should be thinking. Tanking is hard to do. Show More Summary

Mike Freeman's 10-Point Stance: Ryan Tannehill May Have Finally Found His Groove

Much of the NFL needs to offer a big, fat apology to Ryan Tannehill, why so many players hate Josh Norman and why Dennis Green was special. 1. The Dolphins Are for Real? Yes, the Dolphins Are for Real First, an apology... I was w-r-o-n-g about Ryan Tannehill. Show More Summary

Dallas Cowboys look to make team history in Week 11

The Dallas Cowboys, winners of four games last season, are currently the hottest team in the NFL. Jason Garrett’s team have won eight consecutive games following a 20-19 home loss to the New York Giants on opening weekend. The ‘Boys own a 5-0 record on the road. Show More Summary

Jeff Fisher Is Desperately Trying to Save Himself by Turning to Jared Goff

Watching the Los Angeles Rams offense try to move the ball with quarterback Case Keenum was an exercise in self-punishment. The return of football to Los Angeles was supposed to be exciting and filled with the standard Hollywood fanfare. Show More Summary

Beckham Becomes Fastest Wideout to 3,500 Receiving Yards

New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. finished Monday night's 21-20 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals with 10 catches for 97 yards, giving him 3,528 receiving yards for his career. Per Sportsnet Stats, Beckham's 36-game total made him the fastest wide receiver to surpass the 3,500 career yard mark. Show More Summary

Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Truths About Traveling in the NFL

With the president of the United States waiting, Bob Eller had to make an executive decision. It was June 7, 2001, and George W. Bush was set to meet the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens. Eller, the team's senior vice president of...Show More Summary

Bengals bust out wacky ‘Star Wars’ formation, go full Jedi on Giants

Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati Bengals caught the New York Giants napping with a fancy formation. (Getty Images) The Force was strong on this play. It hasn’t be the most exciting season for the Cincinnati Bengals, and they just haven’t been as thrilling offensively since Hue Jackson left to coach the Cleveland Browns. Show More Summary

Bad-Boy Seahawks Are Back: Tough D and Russell Wilson Take Down Host Patriots

FOXBORO, Massachusetts — You are Kam Chancellor and you are lined up, in single coverage, wide, against the best tight end to ever play the game. On the last damn play. What do you do? This is what you do. You get in the face of Rob Gronkowski, you wait for the snap, and you shut him down. Show More Summary

Broncos Are Mirror Image of Last Year's Team, and That Is Scary for AFC

Most people look at themselves in the mirror every morning. On certain days, they don't recognize the face looking back at them. The reflection hasn't changed. The person has. This is the 2016 Denver Broncos campaign in a nutshell. The...Show More Summary

10 reasons the Seahawks-Patriots Super Bowl was NFL's greatest game ever

The further we are removed from Super Bowl XLIX, the more I’m convinced it was the greatest game in the history of the NFL. There are plenty of great candidates for that honor. The 1982 San Diego Chargers-Miami Dolphins playoff thriller...Show More Summary

Mike Freeman's 10-Point Stance: Raiders Reflect Transformation of Jack Del Rio

Jack Del Rio is becoming one of the best coaches in football, a troll in Seattle and the end for Greg Hardy. 1. The New Jack Del Rio I want to tell you a little bit about Raiders coach Jack Del Rio. I covered him in Jacksonville for several years when he was the head coach of the Jaguars. Show More Summary

Chris Simms' Team-by-Team Grades for NFL Week 9

Remember that "Michael Vick Experience" commercial from back in the day? It perfectly summed up what it was like to play the guy. Every down was an emotional roller coaster. We had Warren Sapp and Derrick Brooks and John Lynch; Vick put the fear of God into all three of them on any given play. That’s what separates rivalry games at the pro level. Show More Summary

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